It's amazing to see what people leave on planes.
From smartphones to fancy jewelry to designer handbags.
If you’re looking to score on discounted electronics, fancy jewelry or even a car, head over to Indianapolis International Airport’s surplus auction this Thursday, Oct. 30.
The Midwest airport is auctioning off items left behind at baggage claim, scoured from the lost and found and surplus airport machinery like fork lifts, fuel rig nozzles and dozens of airplane tools. Looking for something to cart around all that machinery? Chevrolet and Ford trucks are up for sale.
According to Key Auctioneer's official list of auction items online, office equipment like Dell computers, laptops and drop down projector screens will be available. Meanwhile at the unclaimed items auction, David Yurman bracelets, Breitling and Bulova men's watches round out the high end jewelry items available.
And if you can’t make it to the Midwest hangar this Thursday, many of the items will be available through their live online auction.
Get a preview of the items up for grabs a full day before they hit the auction block by logging on at 10 a.m. this Wednesday.